|Resume ID#: 10756|
About Mullin Co.
Apply insightful judgment to identify and recommend innovative solutions. Over 18 years of project management experience responsible for multimillion-dollar projects delivering sustainable results through cross-functional collaboration, highly effective leadership, and quality assurance.
|Employment:||Texas A&M University |
Led a team of consultants responsible for a book of business of eight individual Health Information Technology (HIT) related services. Create and implement annual budget and program budgets, schedule expenditures, analyze variances, and initiate corrective actions. Respond to inquiries regarding program offerings. Manage program records and databases to ensure complete and accurate information. Managed complete project lifecycle for 50+ projects, resulting in a 50% increase in department revenue; these projects include but are not limited to Educational Webinar Series to Educate Healthcare Staff and Administrators; and HIPAA Compliance Privacy and Security Risk Assessment Services project. Managed large scale City of Austin (CoA) Austin Public Health (APH) Paper-to-Electronic Health Records implementation project in collaboration with APH leadership and eClinicalWorks implementation specialist of five municipal public health clinics. Managed the implementation of physician credentialing process for large municipal public health department to facilitate medical billing with Electronic Health Records System. Serve as Program Manager for Healthcare Informatics Curriculum and Training for Transformation, a federal workforce grant program; managed overall logistics of program including recruitment, marketing, course enrollment, technical support, communication, feedback, and presentations. Create and implement the Institutes first HIPAA training program designed for compliance officers in medical practices and hospitals. Coordinate and manage multiple programs in collaboration with five healthcare organizations and institutions of higher learning to provide training and education to hundreds of national medical professionals. Design and implement programs and recommend strategies to improve program standards. Coordinate program events including conferences, seminars, lectures, meetings, and workshops, and create and update training materials, facilitate and present training sessions. Prepare program proposals, compile and analyze program statistics.
|United States Army|
Director, Aviation and Air Operations Rose Barracks, Germany (2013 2015) Supported a 5000+ individual US Army Base and major training center in Bavaria. Incorporated aviation assets into the Ground Commanders operational activities. Managed aviation control systems to protect hundreds of millions of dollars worth of equipment. Trained and supervised 30+ unmanned aerial systems (UAS) crew members. Served as Chief of Staff for 15 multinational leaders during 2014 NATO training exercise in Ukraine. Director, Aviation and Air Operations in Combat Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan (2013 2014) Led aviation and air defense operations for a 3000+ member brigade during a nine-month deployment. Developed and communicated tactical strategy to manage the operations of a nine-member team in the management of controlled airspace equivalent in size to West Virginia. Coordinated rotary-wing air support for 1000+ missions. Served as President of Aviation incident safety boards to determine cause and liability of drone accidents. Planned and executed a security project to emplace an Aerostate-Based Persistent Threat Detection System in controlled airspace around the worlds busiest international airport. Re-established an unmanned aerial systems (drone) platoon of 21 personnel and equipment valued at $31M following a major attack. Deputy Director of Operations and Chief of Plans Hunter Army Airfield, Savannah, GA (2011 2012) Coordinated operations for 2800+ soldiers including 116 helicopters and 701 vehicles. Provided operating picture and situational awareness for all operational events. Liaised between Chief Operations Officer and Senior Manager to prepare and present information and analysis to facilitate decision-making for training and operations. Planned and executed a live-fire exercise to demonstrate operational effectiveness to Peoples Republic of China diplomats and Department of State officials. Senior Consultant and Executive Coach, Leader Development Baghdad, Iraq (2009 2011) Served as second in charge of a 30-member advisory team to support Operation Iraqi Freedom. Supported 11 Government of Iraq Ministry compounds, international zone, and a population of 1.75M. Conducted transition leadership consultation for international 10,000-member security organization. Facilitated the safe execution of the historic 2010 Iraq presidential election. Earlier Roles with US Army: Manager, Talent and Leader Development United States Military Academy, West Point, NY (2006 2009) Senior Consultant & Executive Coach National Military Academy of Afghanistan, Kabul (2007 2008) Senior Manager, Attack Helicopter Company Qayyarah Airfield (West), Iraq (2003 2005)
The University of Texas at Tyler Completion Date December 2018
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